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    Programs that offer the services of individuals who perform routine cleaning and maintenance of home heating units and repairs, where needed. Furnace maintenance checkups include inspection of the thermostat for proper operation, inspection of air filters and changing or cleaning them as necessary; checking electrical components and controls, oiling motors, as needed, inspecting the heat exchanger for possible cracks, checking the air flow and, if diminished, cleaning the evaporator coil, and checking the air fuel mixture, where appropriate.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesA federally funded, seasonal program (November-April) which helps low income families, seniors and individuals with a permanent disability, with the following benefits Regular HEAP – helps with financial assistance for the payment of the primary fuel source. Assistance is based on income, families with a child under 6, an individual over 60 or who has a permanent disability. Emergency HEAP – helps low income families or individuals who are facing a heat or heat-related energy emergency and do not have resources to resolve the situation. Assistance is based on income, available resources, and the number of household members Furnace Repair/Replacement HEAP – helps low income homeowners repair or replace furnaces, boilers and other direct heating components necessary to keep the home’s primary heating source functional. Assistance is based on income for household size and on the actual cost incurred to repair or replace the heating source operational. Cooling Assistance Program - Provides assistance for the purchase and installation of one air conditioner not to exceed $800 to eligible households. In circumstances where an air conditioner cannot be safely installed, a fan will be provided.UlsterHEAP (HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM)ULSTER COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE
    Financial Aid/Voucher ServicesAPPLICATION OPEN DATES 2018-2019 Regular Heap: November 13, 2018 Emergency HEAP: January 2, 2019-March 15, 2019 Heating Equipment Repair/Replacement HEAP: November 5, 2018-September 30, 2019 Air Conditioning: May 1, 2019-August 30, 2019 Clean and Tune Benefit: April 1, 2019-November 1, 2019 Assists low-income households pay their heating energy bills and other related services during winter months. January 3, 2017 - March 15, 2017 No notices, Emergency benefit payments, or guarantee of Emergency benefits may be issued before January 3, 2017. This includes ten-day hold requests from utility companies based on anticipated Emergency HEAP payments. Heating emergencies prior to January 3 must be resolved with Regular benefits. Households with heat- related emergencies must be referred to other programs or make payment arrangements with utility companies as appropriate. HEATING EQUIPMENT & REPAIR (HERR) Replacement maximum $6,500 (once in 10 years). Repair maximum $3,000 per HERR season. COOLING ASSISTANCE COMPONENT Provides air conditioners for income-eligible individuals who suffer from a medical condition exacerbated by extreme heat. RocklandHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP) / COOLING ASSISTANCE COMPONENTROCKLAND COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES (DSS)
    HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)Application site for emergency with utility and heating bills for low income households. Also assists with essential heating equipment repairs and provision of cooling equipment. Benefit timeframes and eligibility guidelines determined annually by New York State. Income guidelines apply to all programs. Four program components: Cooling Assistance, Regular HEAP, Emergency HEAP and Equipment Repair/Replacement. The 2017-2018. HEAP program for Regular HEAP benefits closed on March 17, 2017 and Emergency HEAP benefits closed on April 27,2018. The HEAP Clean and Tune benefit opens April 2,2018 providing energy efficiency services, which includes the cleaning of primary heating equipment , but may also include chimney cleaning, minor repairs, installation of carbon monoxide detectors or programmable thermostats, if needed, to allow for the safe, proper and efficient operation of the heating equipment. The HEAP Cooling Assistance benefit opens May 1, 2018 providing eligible households that include an individual with a documented medical condition that is exacerbated by heat with the purchase and installation of an air conditioner or a fan.NassauHOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)NASSAU COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)-RIVERHEAD CENTERApplication site for emergency with utility and heating bills for low income households. Also assists with essential heating equipment repairs and provision of cooling equipment. Benefit timeframes and eligibility guidelines determined annually by New York State. Income guidelines apply to all programs. Four program components: Cooling Assistance, Regular HEAP, Emergency HEAP and Equipment Repair/Replacement.Suffolk residents receiving SNAP/DSS benefits should call (631)853-8820. Individuals not receiving DSS benefits call (631)853-8825.SuffolkRIVERHEAD CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    HOME ENERGY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (HEAP)-SOUTH WEST CENTERApplication site for emergency with utility and heating bills for low income households. Also assists with essential heating equipment repairs and provision of cooling equipment. Benefit time frames and eligibility guidelines determined annually by New York State. Income guidelines apply to all programs. Four program components: Cooling Assistance, Regular HEAP, Emergency HEAP and Equipment Repair/Replacement.Suffolk residents receiving SNAP?DSS benefits should call (631)853-8820. Individuals not receiving DSS benefits call (631)853-8825.SuffolkSOUTH WEST CENTERSUFFOLK COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
    Home Improvement/Repair ServicesWarren-Hamilton Counties ACEO offers weatherization as well as a senior handyman.WarrenWEATHERIZATION PROGRAMWARREN-HAMILTON COUNTIES COMMUNITY ACTION

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